Career Buzz

Career Buzz is a one-stop-shop for internships and employment opportunities for UW-Fox Valley students. Employers can send internship and job opportunities to the career advisor through this site.

As a student at the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley, you have opportunities and resources to assist you in your academic and professional career. We provide you with career information, advice and occupational guidance. Whether you are a first-year student or second-year student Career Buzz can help you search internships and job opportunities.

If you need assistance with your resume, contact the career advisor at tammy.brunette@uwc.edu.

For Students

Job Fairs

Kelly Services Job Fair July 26th, 2017

Internships

UW-Fox Valley partners with Intern2Work.com which connects employers and students. Visit Intern2Work.com to create a profile and search for internships. For additional questions on the Intern2Work program, please contact Tammy Brunette at tammy.brunette@uwc.edu or (920) 832-2633.

Student Employment

Learn more about on-campus Work-Study positions.

Off-Campus Jobs

See a listing of off-campus positions.

Are you a local employer? Post your job with us!

If you are looking to post internship and job opportunities at UW-Fox Valley, please send the position descriptions to Tammy Brunette at tammy.brunette@uwc.edu. I look forward to working with you.

Career Assessments

Students have the capability of getting needed information from a variety of sources, including the use of the WISCareers website. On WisCareers, students can take career assessments, learn about all types of occupations, conduct job searches, and even get advice on budgeting.

Wisconsin Labor Market Information

Find jobs that match your interests, skills, major, budget, and experience as well as find information on jobs and the labor market in the state of Wisconsin through Wisconsin's WorkNet. First-time users, please contact the Solution Center to receive a login and password.

Workshops

  • Check the event calendar to see if we have any upcoming Career & Major Planning workshops (posted on campus)

Career Resources

  • Occupational Outlook HandbookUse U.S. Department of Labor information to research job titles, education requirements, job outlook, salary information, etc.
  • Major Mania:  Use Major Mania to search for majors offered on all of the UW campuses.
  • Career Voyages: Use this site to explore career options and learn about high-growth jobs with better wages and brighter futures.